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This is my late beloved lustrous Pango the Bonsai Panther PussyBoi who graced this world for 17 years; he had a splendid roman nose, a renegade Siamese father, and the most glorious growly endlessly expressive Voice. I still miss him desperately; he left my life January this year, and I can now look at his picture without too many tears. 

I may soon be on the prowl for another feline companion; but there will only ever be One Bonsai Panther. I love the Oriental breeds, but am puzzled by the preference for oversized bat ears; they look rather strange. I do hope that the neater type of ear, still prominent but not too flappy and disporportionate, has not been bred out, and thus into oblivion. Although I do realise it is the Personality that makes the Siamese/Tonkinese/Burmese so utterly singular and irresistible, and extravagant ears will never change that!

I look forward to enjoying this site.

And by the second anniversary of his leaving us, my house will have a worthy successor to Pango's long and cherished reign. He was an utterly singular cat, forever in my heart.

And soon, someone else will give me living cat love again. Miiaori ora Awe  8)

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Reply Dorothy Harris
3:43 AM on November 23, 2014 
Kia ora very sorry to hear of your loss thanks for sharing your story with me.
Reply Awe
1:49 AM on November 8, 2014 
Awe here!!!! Still buzzing from a magical, awesome, extraordinary 4 hour visit to Sirrahsunam, and Dorothy, and this astonishing community of glorious cats!!!! OMG. Set in the roiling countryside of Kereone, this place is amazing; there may be three alpacas, a blackfaced sheep, and assorted dogs, but here, CATS RULE. I came away breathless with anticipation. Soon my house and my life will be honored by a feline presence. Yes, I was interviewed by the grand dame of my interest, but it was completely up to her. She did torment me, but as she has little kittens to look after, I am patient. Dot is just stunning, and her cat family is epic. So many!!! And so well behaved and gracious and funny and yet also full of mischief and energy; they also have a rare serenity I found arresting. So I am now very tempted to adopt not one, but TWO!!! They are so lovely; and I know that my Bonsai Panther would approve of my choice of his successor. Thank you, Dot!
Reply Awe
11:04 PM on October 7, 2014 
Just back from months of travel, so still catless but enjoying this site. Hope to have a Siamese feline by early next year; meanwhile I watch this brilliant space and remain alert to bat ears. Kia ora Awe
Reply Awe
4:26 AM on November 21, 2013 
Thank you for this response; I also wondered about the possible risk in that emergent shape; it is neither attractive nor functional to me! Bat ears are for bats and Yoda. Not superior felines!
Reply Dorothy Harris
4:07 AM on November 21, 2013 
sorry should read I hate the bat ears!!
Reply Dorothy Harris
4:07 AM on November 21, 2013 
I too have the bat ears & aim to not breed them. They are not good & alters the shape of the head which I feel could cause problems. The siamese & oriental is getting smaller in size & loosing their chins which will cause dental issues. Your Bonsai Panther sounds like he was a real character you must miss him loads. He would of left a very large hole in your heart.